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1.   KAMPILIDEVA'S INSCRIPTION IN THE PRASANNA
YIRUPAKgA TEMPLE AT EAMPL

The temple of Siva, the lingas of which were set up by
Vira Kampilideva, son of Mummadi Singeya N ayaka, for these
three viz., Mada Nayaketi, Singeya Nayaka, and Parameya
Nayaka.

ss. 15-3-23, p. 41.
2 (a).   TlTAPINNAMA.

Tatapinnama, to whom his enemies bowed, obtained the
title of mannepuli, having defeated Ceruku Rajendra in
battle, and deprived him of his kingdom.

2 (B).   KOTIKANTI RAGHAYA,

Tatapinnama, who was distinguished by his titles, begot
Kotikanti Raghava by his wife Surambika who resembled
Lak§mi. Having gained a brilliant victory in battle over
the formidable army of Kampili R,aya, he (Raghava) wrested
from him the title, gandara-guli (the bull among the heroes),
and won the applause of kings who were his equals.

, Mat. Mst. 13-2-19, p» 284*

3.   MALIK NS'IB KAPtTR AND KAMPILA.
THE STARTING OF MALIK NX'IB TOWARDS KAMP1LA,
AND HIS QUICK RETURN.
When the T?hole country came under his control, he
(Malik Na'ib) came out of the city (Devgir) for hunting. He
plundered every place he visited, and set fire to the dominions
of refractory chiefs. Suddenly, he came upon Kummata, where
he stayed for one week. He laid waste the country and
removed from it the undesirable elements.
When the army had taken rest from (the toils of) that
war, he returned quickly from that place after one